.AT represents the official domain extension or the internet country code top level domain (ccTLD) of Austria. It was introduced in 1988 and was intended for entities with Austrian affiliation. Registry is managed by nic.at and registration can be processed in any accredited registrars.
There is no special process needed to register a .AT domain name, no special action is needed on your end.
.At is a country code for Australia. This is a must-have domain name for all businesses and individuals in Austria.
To get a domain name registered with the .at, you must have an address in Austria. After that, there is no additional verification required for registration of a .at domain extension.
The following list of people can get a .at domain name.
Businesses registered in Austria
Individuals living in Austria
What is a dot at domain?
A .at refers to an Austrian top-level internet domain with its name from one of the first two letters in Austrias country code, AT.
How do I get the .at domain?
To register a .at domain, follow the steps below.
Search for the available domain name of your choice
Set aside the domain name
The next step is to register it with a recognized domain registrar for a suitable time. (This could be at least 1-10 years, then you can renew it again)
Why should I register a .at domain name?
It's important to register a .at domain name because it's a local extension of Austria. You can be sure to secure your identity as an Austrian resident or business online.
The country code top-level domain (ccTLD) represents Austria and is exclusively reserved for Austrians. So if you register it, no one else will ever have the same name again.
As a .at domain is intended explicitly for Austrian residents and businesses, you will stand out from the competition in local search results. It's all about location
The country code top-level domain (ccTLD) offers excellent brand protection and online identity options.
If you want to be visible in Austria, it makes sense to register a .at domain name. It's not just about being seen by Austrians but also showing that you are committed and interested in offering services or selling products from this country.
In addition, there are companies whose business model depends on the fact that their customers access them via a local Austrian domain.
Who controls .at domain names?
When it comes to Internet domain names, one of the most common country codes is.AT (Austria). This country's code follows the rules and regulations established by NICAT (Networking and Internet Council), which operates under the Austrian Federal Network Agency (Agency for communication networks, information technology, and postal services).
Therefore, all .at domains are controlled by the Nic. at company. This non-profit organization also acts as a registrar and provides all necessary technical infrastructure for the operation.AT domains. The Austrian government controls the company itself.
What are the Name Server requirements for .AT domain names?
All .at domain names should have 2-4 valid name servers. You need to set up all the specified domain name servers the right way.
Can I change the contacts on .at domain names?
If you ever want to change your .at domain anime contacts, you can easily do that by updating your contact details. However, you can update your contact details except for your first name, last name, and the name of your company.
Get in touch with your domain registrar for more details on how to update your contact information.